Andrew McCarthy wrote:
>These are all generic Linux topics - anybody anywhere in the world can
>do them, and in most cases I'm guessing many have already. Since this is
>*I*LUG, where's the Irish angle (mentioned in the constitution) on all
>Where is this mentioned in the Constitution?
If a general article which could have been written anywhere is placed on
the linux.ie site, it is more likely to be seen by Irish Linux users and
is therefore promoting to and furthering the knowledge of the Irish
> How could the site target the Irish Computing industry/users
>specifically? I think things like the vendors page is a good example, or
>the mailing lists with Ireland-based contributors. What other local info
>could be good/useful? That's the sort of thing that'd be unique to the
>site and would keep people coming back.
>>I think the site has very little specifically Irish content. It could
have lots of things specifically Irish, like connection methods for all
the ISPs (from modems to leased lines), including any configuration for
standard ISP supplied devices or even just a distro support table. I
could come up with 25+ Irish Linux questions which could deserve a page
in response, from how to determine is an IP is an Irish ISP user to how
best to prepare documents in Irish.
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